MJ Schutte

Biography

MJ Schutte is a South African born author currently residing in the United Kingdom.
He is married and has two daughters and a son.
From an early age, he read any fantasy novel he could lay his hands on.
Favourite authors include Terry Goodkind, Terry Brooks and Raymond E Feist.
At the age of 37 he started writing his first fantasy series titled The Energy Chronicles Trilogy.
1. Energy - The Awakening
2. Birth of a Wizard
3. Zaconis - Guardian of Magic (To be released soon)

Work on a second series named The Magic Chronicles has already commenced.

MJ enjoys outdoor activities with his favorite sports being cricket, golf and tennis. He actively partakes in all three whenever he has the opportunity.

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Books

This member has not published any books.

Smashwords book reviews by MJ Schutte

  • Oceans of Red Volume One on Oct. 20, 2011

    Review of Oceans of Red, Volume 1 by Willow Cross First, I need to make it clear that I do not read E-books. I do not have an E-Reader and hate reading on my laptop. Good old fashioned, dust filled paper books is my thing. So, when I got hold of Oceans of Red, Volume 1 by Willow Cross in E-book format, I was in two minds. I have heard of Willow Cross, seen the gorgeous covers of her books and wanted to read some of her work, but the idea of reading a book on my laptop still gave me an instant headache. Reluctantly, I started reading. It took less than two pages to get completely hooked! An explosive start, fast paced action, brilliant writing style, easy to read and twists just at the right places to leave you desperate for Volume 2! Well done, Willow! I am now a devoted fan!
  • The Dark Gifts Birthright on Oct. 22, 2011

    Review of The Dark Gifts Birthright by Willow Cross Like I said in a previous review, I hate reading a book on my laptop. The only way I will do it is if the book is really good. I read this book in two days. That alone should tell you how gripping the story is! The very first paragraph made me sit up, take a breath and read it again. Normally, I would not read a book about vampires, but this is the exception for me. The author knows exactly where to bring in new things to keep the reader guessing and very interested. Another great effort by Willow Cross. Easily 5 of out 5 starts